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  • Demand management as a critical success factor in portfolio management member content open

    By Romano, Luca | Grimaldi, Roberta | Colasuonno, Francesco Saverio Demand management is the process an organization puts in place to internally collect new ideas, projects, and needs during the creation of a portfolio. Demand management is successful when the final…

  • Tackling risk depression member content open

    By Hillson, David Risk depression occurs when we see risk only in negative terms: All risk is bad, risk must be avoided or minimised at all costs, and we need to protect ourselves from risk and make sure that it…

  • Estimating member content open

    By Meyer, Werner G. Estimation is at the heart of most project disciplines, and project cost and time overruns can often be traced back to inaccurate estimates. Estimation requires human involvement to create a…

  • AGISTRUCT member content open

    By Al Behairi, Tareq A. In modern smart buildings and construction projects, the explicit boundaries between construction industry management, with its waterfall methodology, and IT industry management, with its flexible…

  • The — probably — most challenging project management endeavour in the entire world member content open

    By Serrano Martínez, Javier How can project management standards deal with one-off, oddly complex gigaprojects? When the project management body of knowledge has to sustain not just a complex, high-tech endeavour, but one…

  • Scaling agile member content open

    By Shrivastava, Narendra K. While pure agile has proven to be effective for small teams and projects, corporations and organizations that wish to implement the approach enterprise-wide or for larger, complex projects will need…

  • Turning strategic goals into successful projects member content open

    By Schmidt, Terry Dean The Logical Framework Approach (LFA) was originally developed by the United State Agency for International Development (USAID) as a rigorous but flexible tool to plan, implement and evaluate…

  • Perspectives on research and case studies of primary factors for project success member content open

    By Houston, Clemith J., Jr. Project management is widely used and accepted around the world, resulting in a significant body of research on the leading factors to project success in organizations. Citing a variety of studies,…

  • Toward hyperagility member content open

    By Cavarec, Yves In today's turbulent economic climate, organizations that have transformed to a hyperagile model are better suited to meet the challenges and uncertainty of the global economy. Hyperagile…

  • Leading construction industry to lean-agile (LeAgile) project management member content open

    By Iqbal, Suhail Construction industry leaders have long held the view that the highly disciplined field is governed successfully by Theory X, the well-known theory of human motivation developed by Douglas McGregor.…

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